Analysts say online consumers are gravitating to air carrier Internet portals to purchase airline tickets, wooed in part by brand trust and exclusive low-fare promotions. It's a trend that's expected to continue as more customers get online and carriers attempt to capitalize on the rock bottom distribution costs they can achieve when selling tickets on their own sites. Ultimately, analysts say airline site sales will dominate the Internet market over third-party sites such as major ...

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